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Most Sighted Mammals Of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is one of India's 47 project tiger reserves located in Chandrapur city of Maharashtra state of India. Tadoba is bursting with life and animals like the tiger, leopard, sloth bear, wild dog, blue bull, Spotted deer, barking deer, Indian Gaur, & sambar inhabit the reserve. The park features thick teak forests and a beautiful lake.
Tiger is biggest attraction of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve.
Every year thousands of wildlife photographers visit Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve to shoot this majestic animal.
Leopard is another attraction of Tadoba. His movements are deadly and he prowls the jungle at night. He sometimes hunts by day. Because of his razor sharp teeth and powerful legs, he is the top predator in the jungle.
The sloth bear is a myrmecophagous bear species native to the Indian subcontinent. It feeds on fruits, ants and termites. Generally sighting of sloth bear is frequent in Tadoba Andhari tiger Reserve. The sloth bear evolved from ancestral brown bears during the Pleistocene. This is very beautiful animal with brown or black fur.
Wild Dog alias Dhole is a majestic mammal of Tadoba.
Wild dog is a highly social animal, living in large clans without rigid dominance hierarchies. It is a diurnal pack hunter which preferentially targets medium- and large-sized animals. It is listed as endangered by the IUCN as populations are decreasing. Even tiger sometimes stay away from clan of wild dogs.
The Indian Gaur also called as Indian Bison is the largest extant bovine. One can see this massive mammal inTadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. It has been listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.
Barking deer or Mastreani deer
Barking deer or Mastreani deer, are small deer of the genus Muntiacus. The barking deer is an omnivore feeding on leaves and fruits as well as on bird eggs and small animals. They are very shy and protective and never ready to give photographs easily. Its calls sound like barking, often when frightened by a predator, hence the common name barking deer.
Male Spotted Deer is widely found in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve.
Female Spotted Deer with cormorant on back is available on large number in Tadoba and favorite of all predator of jungles.
The sambar (Rusa unicolor) is a large deer native to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve.
Wild boar are availabe in large number in Tadoba. Wild boar has long, rubbery snout that is used for digging of underground roots and bulbs. Wild boar is an omnivore (eats both plant- and animal-based food).
Chausingha is the four-horned antelope. Slender with thin legs and a short tail, the four-horned antelope has a yellowish brown to reddish coat. One pair of horns is located between the ears, and the other on the forehead. They are very shy and not available easily for photography.
Jungle Cat : The jungle cat has a uniformly sandy, reddish-brown or grey fur without spots. It is solitary in nature, except during the mating season and mother kitten families. Its preferred prey is small mammals and birds. There sighting in Tadoba is not very frequent.